earlier walk in the area. My husband and I walked 5 miles.
Richland Towers and gave a number for tower leasing information.
Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences
Temple De Hirsch Sinai.
Council House (senior housing), Spring Street Park and the grounds of T.T. Minor School.
but our biggest find was the Madison Poetry Project on the sidewalk outside Mount Zion Baptist Church along Madison. A poem was etched into pavers that were spaced along the sidewalk. The poem: "Come to - the mountain - MT Rainier MT Zion MT Baker - Rush down - the hills - Preaching Searching - this micro-universe - has rhythm, a daily beat - Destination Home - Madison - Artery from the heart - Divides and Unites - Intersects the city - Sound to Lake - Our/Your - Neighborhood - Right here - was the first and longest - Trolley Turnaround - Water - Always - (Cross - Carefully these words lead to a street crossing) - Runs Downhill - Landmark" (these words leading to
I have not yet found a website explaining this project or one giving information about a trolley turnaround here but I'll post a link if I find one.